[Talk-br] Fwd: [OSM-dev] Cartagen Knitter >> TMS, GeoTiff, can be used with JOSM

Claudomiro Nascimento Junior claudomiro em claudomiro.com
Quinta Agosto 5 14:04:37 BST 2010

Foi vc que subiu uma imagen chamada "cbers-2b-hrc"?

Tentei acessar ela mais ficou "ampulheta" com "Loading map data"

On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 7:00 AM, vitor <vitor.george em gmail.com> wrote:
> Uma possível opção para colocarmos as imagens do CBERS.
> Vitor
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Jeffrey Warren <warren em mit.edu>
> Date: Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 3:14 PM
> Subject: [OSM-dev] Cartagen Knitter >> TMS, GeoTiff, can be used with JOSM
> To: dev Openstreetmap <dev em openstreetmap.org>
> Hi all -
> I added a range of new publication options to the Cartagen Knitter software
> (http://cartagen.org/maps) yesterday, amongst them:
> - Output as high-resolution JPG and GeoTIFF
> - Output as TMS tile service for use in OpenLayers, etc.
> Therefore you can now use aerial images from balloons or kites (or whatever!
> slingshots!) to stitch a map, then export it for printing or import it into
> many other geospatial tools. All in the browser, no plugins.
> That last one, TMS, means you can now use the Slippy Map plugin for JOSM to
> trace your aerial imagery and submit it to OpenStreetMap.
> See TMS output of a 5.5 km long map made in Georgia with Jumpstart
> Internationa/OpenMapsCaucasus
> here: http://cartagen.org/tms/mestia/openlayers.html
> That was made in 3 days with a balloon and a canon camera. See the flight
> paths here: (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreywarren/4785997308/)
> A couple pictures
> here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreywarren/4859434543/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffreywarren/4860184506/
> But most importantly, the new Export button is in the upper-right corner of
> the screen. Beware, exporting a map can take quite a while! I'd appreciate
> it if you didn't export the Mestia map because it takes over an hour and
> slams my server.
> Also please be nice in general as its just been put up and bugs may persist.
> Best,
> Jeff
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